Bad Pennies And Dead Presidents: Money In Modern American Drama
This study surveys the treatment of money and economic life on the American stage from the Great Depression to the dawn of the twenty-first century and provides close analyses of key works by five pivotal playwrights: Sidney Kingsley, Arthur Miller, David Mamet, August Wilson, and Suzan-Lori Parks. In a comparison of the treatment of money in a range of American plays from the Great Depression to ...
Hardcover: 155 pages
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing; Unabridged edition edition (August 1, 2012)
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he early twenty-first century, money emerges as a site of anxieties regarding the relation of signs to the real: a monstrous substance that seems to breed itself from itself; a dangerous abstraction that claims for itself a hard reality, transforming lived reality into an abstraction. At the same time, money's self-generating properties have made it a serviceable metaphor for the American ideal of self-making; money's ability to exchange means for ends, abstract for concrete, representation for real, has made it an emblem of our postmodern condition. Money has been conceived as a malevolent force robbing us of our natural relation to the world and to ourselves, and as an empowering one with which me way remake this relation. This ambivalence about money constitutes an important animating tension of American drama. Furthermore, anxieties surrounding money resemble in important ways anxieties surrounding theatre, and the plays' treatment of money reveals interesting tensions between a persistent American dramatic realism and naturalism, and a philosophical and aesthetic postmodernism.